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Dick Vanderfelt, scion of a wealthy family, is a student at the Stamford University. Deeply in love with Dora, daughter of a chemist, he advances large sums of money to her father in order that he can carry out experiments on a new and highly destructive explosive powder. Dora does not know that Dick is befriending her father; her affection for Dick is inspired by real love. Paul Denton, a student in chemistry, a fellow student at Stamford, a conscienceless chap and woeful flirt, has had a disastrous love affair with Ann Bludge, and has cast her off. Ann's brother, learning of his sister's plight, vows to kill Denton. Dora's father, when his experiments prove valuable, arranges to show it to the government, and through Dick sends a specimen to Denton to be proved. Denton, discovering the value of the new explosive, plots to marry Dora himself and gain control of the explosive. When Dora's father receives word that the government had accepted his discovery he is overcome and dies. Dora... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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